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Drive to renovate dilapidated buildings at Mak, MUBS launched

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Makerere University Convocation has launched a drive to improve the dilapidated buildings at both Makerere University and Makerere University Business School (MUBS). The buildings listed for urgent attention include; lecture halls with falling ceilings, student Halls of residence and staff houses. Dr. Frederick …

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Mak council cautioned against interfering with administration

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Makerere University Convocation, a body that brings together staff and alumni of the institution has asked governing councils of both Makerere University and Makerere University Business School – MUBS to respect the independence of the University  administration. The council is the supreme policy formulation organ …

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MUBS taken to court over missed graduation

Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI |  A former student at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) has petitioned the High Court in Kampala seeking orders that the university holds a special graduation ceremony, to confer her a master’s degree in Human Resource Management after her name was ommited  from the recent …

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Confusion over MUBS autonomy

The Ministry of Education is trying to intervene in the prolonged battle over whether Makerere University Business School (MUBS) should be an autonomous institution separate from Makerere University. Two months ago, MUK threatened to deny over 5000 students graduation due to unpaid arrears MUBS owed to MUK. The ministry is …

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Makerere: MUBS students to miss graduation

Up to 5000 students of Makerere University Business School MUBS are set to miss out on graduation due to the indefinite closure of Makerere University. MUBS holds its graduation ceremony together with MAK and cannot hold a separate function without the Senate approval of Makerere University. Since the university is …

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